Miro allowing you to work as a team from home
November 05, 2021

Miro allowing you to work as a team from home

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

We have been using Miro as an open collaboration tool for when we need to plan and develop strategies, processes or just provide a clear view of the inner workings of solutions to other teams, by providing a graphical way to map things out while being highly interactive and easily sharable makes it an amazing tool for us.
  • Story mapping.
  • Brainstorming session boards.
  • Roadmap planning boards.
  • Processes design boards.
  • I think there's still room to improve to where we can share documents within boards.
  • More sounds for when the clock is running would be great, the elevator music gets annoying after a while.
  • Reduce brainstorming mapping time.
  • Improve team work.
I would say there's almost no implementation needed as long as you already have a team structure in place.
I would refer to my previous answer.
It has, especially in covid times, Miro helped us to have one single board for each project where everyone could still give inputs and work like we were still in the same office space.

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For user mapping, brainstorming, timeline planning, and process design and sharing Miro excels, especially if you have a big team and projects require multiple teams and realms to contribute towards it. If you have a small team Miro is still useful but you won't feel as big of an impact since you can easily do this within your own team without this tool.